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Forum: The Forum for Tempera Painting Issues 14-03-10, 02:59 PM
Replies: 6
Views: 5,591
Posted By Dennis H
Patricia, Do note the location of Real Gesso is...

Patricia,
Do note the location of Real Gesso is Athens, Georgia, USA; not Athens, Greece. Postage from both sites in the US might be about the same, but I suppose you would know better than me....
Forum: Introduce Yourself 12-01-10, 12:51 AM
Replies: 6
Views: 9,920
Posted By Dennis H
Claudio, Auguri, siamo felici di rivederti! (Č...

Claudio,
Auguri, siamo felici di rivederti! (Č che l'italiano corretto?) :crossfingers:
Dennis
Forum: The Forum for Tempera Painting Issues 08-11-09, 03:47 PM
Replies: 12
Views: 8,947
Posted By Dennis H
Hi Kevin, I've painted on fine grained plywood...

Hi Kevin,
I've painted on fine grained plywood boards in the past. The weren't luan ply, I think, but something else, that I bought in Italy. I did like the tooth and their light weight. However, I...
Forum: Critique Forum 22-08-09, 07:25 PM
Replies: 9
Views: 8,401
Posted By Dennis H
Enrico, A very fine painting. I love the...

Enrico,
A very fine painting. I love the intricate pattern of the basket against the more random pattern of the cherries. Despite such attention to linear movement and contours, you still achieve a...
Forum: The Forum for Tempera Painting Issues 15-08-09, 08:53 PM
Replies: 14
Views: 9,978
Posted By Dennis H
Andrei, Yes. Panels are often stored lying...

Andrei,
Yes. Panels are often stored lying horizontally, in cabinets or on open shelves. Ideally they would not be stacked on top each other, especially if they are wood. For vertical storage it's...
Forum: Other Art Related Issues 08-08-09, 12:01 AM
Replies: 7
Views: 10,084
Posted By Dennis H
Phil, if so, the dentist should be able to remove...

Phil, if so, the dentist should be able to remove it! (For a fee.)
Dennis
Forum: Forum Member's Gallery 06-05-09, 04:45 PM
Replies: 10
Views: 16,374
Posted By Dennis H
Thumbs up I dipinti sono molto belli, Enrico. Bravo. ...

I dipinti sono molto belli, Enrico. Bravo.
Ciao,
Dennis
Forum: The Forum for Tempera Painting Issues 24-03-09, 01:18 PM
Replies: 7
Views: 7,864
Posted By Dennis H
Have you tried painting with a little quicklime,...

Have you tried painting with a little quicklime, as is used in fresco? Maybe that would work for you on stone, although you would be starting from a white vehicle rather than a colorless one. You'd...
Forum: Work In Progress 21-03-09, 05:47 PM
Replies: 11
Views: 17,409
Posted By Dennis H
MatG, If the cracks are running parallel to the...

MatG,
If the cracks are running parallel to the wood grain, that's an easy thing to prevent on the next panel. After you size your plywood panel with skin glue, soak some thin cotton or linen in...
Forum: Work In Progress 18-02-09, 05:54 AM
Replies: 11
Views: 17,409
Posted By Dennis H
MatG, That's a good-looking painting so far....

MatG,
That's a good-looking painting so far. You mind shooting some details?
Welcome to the forum!
Dennis
Forum: The Forum for Tempera Painting Issues 07-02-09, 09:08 PM
Replies: 5
Views: 8,777
Posted By Dennis H
Phil and Jeff, Many works by Toulouse-Lautrec...

Phil and Jeff,
Many works by Toulouse-Lautrec were painted in distemper on cardboard. Vuillard used it, too. It really is a nice looking medium.
Dennis
Forum: Introduce Yourself 15-01-09, 02:07 PM
Replies: 4
Views: 6,807
Posted By Dennis H
Welcome! I enjoyed visiting your site. Nice work....

Welcome! I enjoyed visiting your site. Nice work.
Dennis
Forum: The Forum for Tempera Painting Issues 02-11-08, 02:31 PM
Replies: 16
Views: 10,529
Posted By Dennis H
Cool, Phil. My fingers are crossed for you....

Cool, Phil.
My fingers are crossed for you. Good luck,
D
Forum: The Forum for Tempera Painting Issues 16-10-08, 10:20 PM
Replies: 24
Views: 18,670
Posted By Dennis H
I second Claudio's comment. I use both titanium...

I second Claudio's comment. I use both titanium and zinc. I'll use the former when I need an opaque light color, and the latter when I need a tint that is semi-transparent. Perhaps more time will...
Forum: The Forum for Tempera Painting Issues 09-10-08, 01:17 PM
Replies: 24
Views: 18,670
Posted By Dennis H
Jeff, If you were using whiting as a glaze to...

Jeff,
If you were using whiting as a glaze to soften colors, you may want to try terra bianca di Vicenza. It carries very little tinting strength, but makes a nice wash to warm up colors slightly....
Forum: The Forum for Tempera Painting Issues 02-10-08, 02:51 AM
Replies: 7
Views: 6,092
Posted By Dennis H
Matt, It does sound like you're using a little...

Matt,
It does sound like you're using a little rich egg-to-water ratio. I'd back off the yolk a bit and just continue to work on top of it. Perhaps do let it dry a couple of days first; it may...
Forum: The Forum for Tempera Painting Issues 16-09-08, 03:18 AM
Replies: 16
Views: 11,741
Posted By Dennis H
I can't see any benefit to pouncing except...

I can't see any benefit to pouncing except perhaps on very large works, like frescos. Even then, a lot of muralists trace/incise their cartoons into the wet plaster rather than pounce.
For tempera...
Forum: The Forum for Tempera Painting Issues 01-08-08, 01:24 PM
Replies: 35
Views: 28,729
Posted By Dennis H
I'm no chemist or geologist, but I believe the...

I'm no chemist or geologist, but I believe the Spinel pigments and ceramic glazes are factory-produced manganese colors, created from copper, chromium and manganese. Unless I'm mistaken, spinel...
Forum: The Forum for Tempera Painting Issues 17-07-08, 12:27 AM
Replies: 36
Views: 34,095
Posted By Dennis H
Jason, I'm with you -- I've bought a few Shiva...

Jason,
I'm with you -- I've bought a few Shiva tube colors that were almost unusable. I found their green earth was thick and pasty with nearly no tinting strength, even less than you'd expect for...
Forum: The Forum for Tempera Painting Issues 09-07-08, 06:44 PM
Replies: 4
Views: 5,608
Posted By Dennis H
Follow-up: Francesca, I'll search around for...

Follow-up:
Francesca, I'll search around for specific articles you might refer to.
I hope I didn't sound preachy in my previous response. I mainly wanted to state that it's a good idea to consult...
Forum: The Forum for Tempera Painting Issues 09-07-08, 02:55 AM
Replies: 4
Views: 5,608
Posted By Dennis H
Francesca, That's a difficult question to...

Francesca,
That's a difficult question to answer without knowing something about the condition of the paint or its support. I have worked with conservators in treatment of mural paintings on...
Forum: The Forum for Tempera Painting Issues 17-06-08, 11:36 PM
Replies: 7
Views: 7,122
Posted By Dennis H
Jeff, I haven't used glair for making paint,...

Jeff,
I haven't used glair for making paint, but I read that it was a favored vehicle for manuscript illuminators. I've used it to stick down little bits of missing gilding. It has a bit of tack to...
Forum: The Forum for Tempera Painting Issues 15-06-08, 04:26 PM
Replies: 7
Views: 7,122
Posted By Dennis H
Hi Jeff, I don't know exact proportions, I've...

Hi Jeff,
I don't know exact proportions, I've just sort of diluted yolk by look and feel to make a clear "glaze." (I know glaze isn't the right term -- clear coat, maybe?) My guess is it's about 10...
Forum: The Forum for Tempera Painting Issues 01-05-08, 11:00 PM
Replies: 9
Views: 7,353
Posted By Dennis H
Hey Phil. I use a black from Zecchi called...

Hey Phil.
I use a black from Zecchi called terra nera Romana, which is a black earth color. It is warm in tone, fairly transparent, and slightly more granular than the normal commercial blacks. It...
Forum: The Forum for Tempera Painting Issues 14-04-08, 10:40 PM
Replies: 8
Views: 7,972
Posted By Dennis H
Mayer has the proportions all wrong for slaking...

Mayer has the proportions all wrong for slaking quicklime as well -- at least in the edition I own. While useful, his books are not infallible.
Jpohl, my advice is to ignore the various lists about...
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